steinbeks uses dreams on omam very effective. steinbeck view on dreams are based on segregation and statis. as a black man in that period it must have been very hard to achieve your dreams with countless laws stopping you and jealous peopl..black people were being controlled by society and that makes it more hard for them to achieve thier dreams.
status was another point in steibeck novel.the fact that if you were poor it was much harder to achieve your dreams as you need the money and it was hard finding a ranch. and if you are rich it was much easier to get a ranch and not needing to work. steinbeck view in dreams must be segregation>money>status.
the characters im going tolook at are crooks,lennie george as there dreams are very powerful and stood out especially lennie and george and the chsnge of hope on crooks dreams
crooks is a black,bitter,isolated man. george is a snall,quick thinking,responsible guy.
crooks is very disbelieving towards dreams because of his color ehich is explainable.
he says "you guys is just kiddin` yourself.you`ll talk about it a hell of alot, but you won't gey no land.you'll be a swamper here till they take you out in a box.hell,i seen too many guys.lennie here'll quit an' be on the road in two,three week.seems ever' guy got land in
his head" crooks seems aggresive,brutal and pressuring as he says this. he setting things straight on how he believes he should. when he says this he aggressive to the thought almost jealous that someone like lennie has more of a chance.angry that he cannot achieve his dream
after lennie talked to him he gets a bit of hope and he even says "if you…guys would want a hand to work to work for nothing-just his keep,why i'd come an' lend a hand…" crooks thought of dreams chnge but and he frogets the wall sepreating him and white people by the way lennie and candy treat him he seems more wanting to ba with them and he even says he woek without...